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Mixing libc6 and libc5-based libs

On Tue, 5 Aug 1997, David Engel wrote:

> Many people are releasing packages built with libc6 and the X
> libraries from the xlib6 package.  I've warned people repeatedly that
> this is a bad idea.  Programs built this way may appear to work now
> but there could be subtle bugs waiting to popup.  There is also no
> guarantee that these programs will work with future versions of libc6.
> I double checked my fears this morning with Ulrich Drepper, the
> upstream maintainer for libc6.  He agrees that mixing libc6 and
> libc5-based X is a very bad idea.

I guess the same is true for mixing libc6 and any other libc5-based library,
isn't it?

There are a few packages built with libc6 and libc5-based zlib1, 
libc5-based libelf0, and others... 

May I file bug reports for all that packages?

Enrique Zanardi					ezanardi@noah.dfis.ull.es
Dpto. Fisica Fundamental y Experimental
Univ. de La Laguna

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